Theology

Theology

Close Request info for Theology

The Master of Theology is a 30-Hour, 10 course graduate program of study designed to prepare graduate students for Christian Ministry vocations including church, para-church, non-profit organizations, and continued academic study in biblical, theological, and Christian ministry disciplines.

This program is also available in a 100% online format. Learn more about Campbellsville University’s online Master of Theology.

Theology Degrees

M.Th.

Course Offerings

Students select one 18-hour core emphasis area in either Biblical Studies, Pastoral Leadership, or Theological Studies.  The student then takes 6 hours in each of the two areas that are not the student’s 18-hour emphasis.

Biblical Studies core courses:

  • CHS 510 Old Testament History & Interpretation I
  • CHS 511 Old Testament History & Interpretation II
  • CHS 513 Old Testament Prophets
  • CHS 520 New Testament History & Interpretation I
  • CHS 521 New Testament History & Interpretation II
  • CHS 525 Pastoral Letters, Pastoral Leadership
  • CHS 526 Pastoral Letters, Pastoral Leadershi

Pastoral Leadership core courses:

  • CHS 551 Journey into Christ-likeness
  • CHS 552 Pastoral Ministries & Evangelism
  • CHS 553 Ministry of Proclamation & Worship
  • CHS 555 Pastoral Care & Counseling
  • CHS 556 Christian Evangelism & The Church
  • CHS 562 Intergenerational Ministries
  • CHS 567 Leadership Development
  • CHS 661 Innovations in the Contemporary Church

Theological Studies core courses:

  • CHS 531 Christian Theology
  • CHS 543 Ethics of the Christian Faith
  • CHS 571 Pre-Reformation History of the Church
  • CHS 572 Post-Reformation History of the Church
  • CHS 576 Baptist History and Heritage
  • CHS 634 Gospel and Postmodernism

Elective Courses:

  • CHS 514 Archaeology and Biblical Studies (Biblical) – only available at the Louisville Education Center (LEC)
  • CHS 517 Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics (Biblical Studies) – only available at the Lousiville Education Center (LEC)
  • CHS 599 Supervised Practicum (Pastoral Leadership) – only available at the Louisville Education Center (LEC)

How to Apply

The Campbellsville University admissions process is simple and straightforward. Follow these steps to begin your journey:

  1. An online application for admission.
  2. Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
  3. Eighteen undergraduate hours in Christian studies OR a master’s degree OR applicable graduate courses.
  4. If undergraduate overall GPA is below 3.0, either GRE (Graduate Record Exam) OR MAT (Miller Analogy Test).
  5. Philosophy of ministry essay (two to three pages).
  6. Two reference letters (one from an academician and one from a ministry mentor).
  7. Interview with the dean of the school of theology.

This program is also available in a 100% online format. Learn more about Campbellsville University’s online Master of Theology.

School of Theology

School of Theology

The Mission of the School of Theology is to Produce World Changers for Christ. We carry out this task with a wholehearted response of gratitude, worship, and stewardship to God as revealed in Jesus Christ.

Learn More